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Fun fits into life, too

Reported by Games News & Reviews:
A McGill lab finds that Nintendo's Wii Fit video game doesn't suit the already-active person, but could get sedentary kids to enjoy exercise.

Often considered the bad boy in the struggle to get our chubby kids up and moving, have video games suddenly become part of the solution?

Research money is flowing into the digital and video game market, with studies looking at how games can promote healthy eating and physical activity, improve cognitive skills among the elderly and stroke patients, and teach respiratory exercises to children with cystic fibrosis.

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